Jason Scott Novak

Jason Scott Novak


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Jason Scott Novak was born on April 2, 1970, in Independence, Missouri.  Jason passed away on May 4, 2015, in Edmond, Oklahoma.  Jason was a Safety Engineer, obtaining his Master’s Degree from UCO.  His hobbies included working in the yard and landscaping.  Jason was married to his wife Lori for 20 years.
Jason was preceded in death by his mother, Taun Novak.  He is survived by his wife, Lori Ann Novak, his 18 year old daughters, Haley E. Novak and Sydney A. Novak , father Stephen and stepmother Margaret Novak,  siblings Adam Novak and wife Shannon, Bryan Lamble, Alyson Lamble, and Jaime Caldwell and wife Paula.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City.

Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, May 7, 2015 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery, Edmond, Oklahoma.

12 thoughts on “Jason Scott Novak”

  1. Karen Carter

    I am deeply saddened at the news of Jason’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Jason to advance Health and Safety. He was so passionate and cared deeply for the health and safety of others. He will be missed.

  2. Cathy Strenth

    I am so sorry to hear of Jason’s untimely death. He was a great guy very passionate about his work and great to work with. He will be sorely missed by all.

  3. Dave Johnson

    I was saddened to hear of Jason’s passing. I had the privilege of working with him at Honeywell and knew first hand that his caring approach to protecting the safety of others touched many people in a positive way. His passion for safety and helping others was evident in how he interacted with others…we will miss his smile.

  4. Daphne Butarbutar

    I am so sorry to hear of Jason’s passing. I worked with him at Honeywell. Jason was a very intelligent man who really cared about his job and making the workplace safer for those who worked there in it. Jason will be missed by many.

  5. Marsha Honeycutt

    Jason was a strong mentor for my son, Blake honeycutt, while completing an internship his senior yr in college. Blake later worked with Jason and He became a loyal friend to our son. This world lost a solid member of society on May 4, 2015.
    You’re all in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Jim Devine

    It saddened me when I learned of Jason’s passing late last night. However, please know you are our prayers. He was a wonderful childhood friend of mine, and I am certain he was just as wonderful to his family. May the good Lord keep you always.

  7. Tony Cantarella

    I was shocked to hear of Jason’s passing. Jason worked for me at Honeywell. He was as dedicated and dependable as anyone who worked for me. He will be missed.

  8. John Novak

    My name is John Novak- I am Jason’s biological father. It hurts me deeply that the familly did not wish to list me as one of his survivors. I loved him very much. I was just getting to know him again. I will miss that forever. God Bless Jason.

  9. I am sorry for the loss of your loved one. please allow God to comfort you through His promise to care for our loved ones at Acts24:15. Our loving Heavenly Father,Jehovah God, has promised to end sickness and death real soon ( Isaiah 33:24,1Corinthians 15:26)so that His original purpose for mankind which is to have everlasting life on a paradise earth in perfect health under peaceful conditions. (Psalms37:10,11,29). For more wonderful promises of God from His Word the Bible please visit http://www.jw.org.

  10. Mark Bryant

    Jason, you will be missed. He was my debate partner in high school. I am glad I got to see him at our last reunion.

  11. Marcos Vargas

    I was heart-broken to hear of Jason’s passing. Jason hired me at Honeywell. He gave me an opportunity and was a great mentor. I will miss him greatly.
    During our few years working together, Jason always spoke so highly of his family – his wife and his beautiful daughters. He was so proud of them.
    I will always remember Jason and the times we spent together.

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